Some different types of art and culture that influenced Installation Art are conceptualism, performance art, and sometimes the cultural limitations. Some influences that this certain type of art has on the community is huge, for example you see this art almost everywhere like airports or malls, just everyday places. The artists contribute to the culture and societal needs by making their sculptures and brining them out into the community for people to see and enjoy. My personal thoughts about this art movement are definitely scattered, some of them I really like and others I am completely confused. For example I really like Chiharu Shiota's work, and how the meaning goes beyond what you see in the art. I also like how they are all large scaled, like it takes up an entire room instead of part of it.
An example of one of the arts that we chose is Doris Salcedo, she made many different types of installation arts, many involving chairs, but one of her most famous piece is called Shibboleth, it is a huge crack in the floor that ran the length of the Tate's Turbine Hall. I do think that a single artist can persuade someone's bias opinion, because sometimes people can relate on a certain level with art. I think advances in technology have hindered the impact of art. Before technology we weren't always glued to our phones, people would actually walk around and appreciate art. For example, I bet you didn't realize that Installation Art is all around us like in airports, wherever you turn there is art posted on walls or around walkways, on floors. Now people just walk past them and don't really look at the art anymore, let alone notice it at all. Although people are still pursuing art careers, they take look to the internet for the most inspiration for their art in general.
ACO 1.1 Assess the evolution of art forms for their impact on the arts and communication industry.
ACO 1.2 Evaluate the interaction among media, design and society to assess how each influences the other.
ACO 1.3 Evaluate innovative applications of media and design in society that have impacted the arts and communication industry.